Ford India shuts shop after a decade of bad business: How it went from accumulated losses of ₹1,764 crore in 2014 to ₹14,802 crore...
Ford India to shut down its car assembly plants in Sanand and Chennai, after suffering continuous losses for several years
Festive season puts Indian Economy back on track as the Auto sector, GST collections post impressive figures in October 2020
Besides encouraging Automobiles sales figures, GST mop up for the month of October, has for the first time touch the Rs 1 lakh crore mark, 10 per cent rise as compared to October 2019 collections
“Insider trading?” Netizens wonder as Bajaj Auto registers record sales in October despite Rajiv Bajaj’s fear-mongering about economic slump
Bajaj Auto has registered its highest-ever monthly sales of 5.12 lakh units, a staggering 11 per cent year-on-year growth as compared to October 2019
After Rajiv Bajaj said there is slowdown in the two-wheeler market, Hero MotoCorp achieves record sale in October
Rajiv Bajaj had said that two-wheeler sales will remain in the current fiscal year due to new regulations and "draconian lockdown"
China is set to reduce some key interest rates soon to prevent a sharper slump in activities. The interest cuts, if they happen, will be for the first time in over 3 years.
Nirmala Sitharaman gave several reasons of auto-sector slowdown, media and Congress pick only Ola-Uber to mock her
Congress and media selectively pick Nirmala Sitharaman's comment to mock her
There is an opportunity to reshape the distressed Indian auto sector, which is facing structural problems
Nirmala Sitharaman should remember, Deepawali is around the corner.
Jaunpur patilaa, Aligarh locks, Bhopal phones: While Rahul Gandhi talks, Make In India is delivering results
Rahul Gandhi wants every city where he holds a rally to be a global mobile phone manufacturing hub
This is not the first time NYTimes has displayed blatant dislike for India.
If initial signs are anything to go by, the "Make in India" campaign has begun with a bang. It is running at breakneck speed to attract more investments.